The forward endured a torrid time at the Old Trafford, after joining United in 2014 to become the last signing of Alex Ferguson before his retirement.
However, on his return to the club, the Cote d'Ivoire international was a constant threat to Jose Mourinho’s men to help Palace earn a point.
And after the stalemate, the winger took to the social media to laud his fearless side for their display against a ‘strong’ Red Devils side.
“Played with no fear against a strong side and came back with a point. Lots of positives to take into the next game,” Zaha posted on Instagram.
With the draw, Crystal Palace
Zaha who has scored three goals this season for Palace will hope to add to his tally in their next league game against Burnley on December 1.